CA65 More Info
Concert Artist instruments feature Kawai’s new Harmonic Imaging XL with 88-key piano sampling. This unique technology, which uses extra long piano sampling, creates sounds with an extremely high level of detail, clarity and realism. Learn More »
For touch, the CA series uses the new Grand Feel (GF) action with Let-off. This action uses real wooden keys with Ivory Touch key surfaces, a triple sensor system and features a new mechanical design with a key pivot length that is the same as a grand piano’s key. Learn More »
Acoustic Piano Design
Kawai’s acoustic and digital piano designers teamed up to give the CA65 a distinctly acoustic piano flavor. In addition to the elegantly tapered legs mounted in a wooden toe block, you’ll find an adjustable music rack and the innovative cheekblock control panel, which preserves the instrument’s piano-like appearance.
The CA65 has a broad selection of studio quality instrumental sounds including multiple acoustic pianos, vintage electric pianos, pipe and drawbar organs, plus stringed and orchestral instruments.
Any two sounds can be played on the keyboard simultaneously and there is a Split mode where two different instrument sounds can be played on opposite sides of the keyboard. There is also a special Four-Hands mode that splits the keyboard into two identical 44-note pianos.
USB Audio and Storage
USB to Device and Host capabilities provide a world of opportunity, including recording and playing digital audio, storing songs, playing MIDI song files and connectivity to computers. Learn More »
This exclusive feature lets anyone enjoy the thrill of playing the piano, even if you’ve never played before. Learn More »
The unique Hymn Player features 88 classic hymns that can be played automatically or via Concert Magic… perfect for when a pianist is unavailable for a service or gathering. Learn More »
Built-in Piano Music
The CA65 and CA95 digital pianos feature a selection of popular classical piano music – approximately two hours in all.
Lessons and Exercises
With every Concert Artist instrument comes the first year’s lesson songs from Alfred Publishing’s Basic Piano Course 1, Premier Course 1 and Adult Course 1.
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We’ve also included the printed music and recordings for
time-tested finger exercises such as scales, arpeggios and Hanon songs.
A skilled piano technician can personalize an acoustic piano’s sound and touch response. Kawai’s exclusive Virtual Technician feature does the same for the Concert Artist digital pianos.
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Grand Feel Pedal System
Further enhancing the Concert Artist’s realism, this new system reproduces the individual weighting of the damper, sostenuto and una corda pedals of the Kawai EX concert grand.
Jacks and Connections
In addition to USB, Concert Artist instruments have other useful jacks including 2 headphone jacks, MIDI connections and audio input / output jacks for connecting to sound equipment and recording systems.
The CA65 features a high fidelity speaker system specially designed to deliver the deep bass and crisp treble frequencies produced by a concert grand piano.